What kinds government is curenently in Korea?
The kinds government currently in Korea are republic. This is the system of government that is found in both North Korea and South Korea.
Of course there is plants in Korea
South Korea is a modern, industrialized country. Most people work in corporations, industrial manufacturing, or in retail. There are a number of educators and school-workers as well. Farming is a small part of the economy.
YES. North Korea has a very infamous and oppressive government.
NORTH KOREA has the Communist government.
South Korea was never a communist government; North Korea, however, remains communist.
South Korea, or the Republic of Korea, has a democratic government. North Korea, or Democratic People's Republic of Korea, ironically isn't a democratic state but it has a communist government. Hope this helps :)
NO. North Korea is a unitary state, not a federation. As a result, it has no federal government, but rather a single national government.
There are two parts of this question. The first is why the term "Republic" is involved in the title and the second is why the word "South" is not in the title. "Republic" is part of the name since South Korea has a republican form of government, with a legislature and presidency. During the Cold War, it was an authoritarian republic, but since 1987, it has been a true democracy. "South" is a laymen's way… Read More
North Korea was under Russian domination whereas South Korea (with US aid) maintained a free elected government
NORTH KOREA is a dictatorship.
No, that's South Korea.
North Korea has consistently had the same communist government since independence in 1948. Prior to independence, North Korea had never had a communist government before.
De jere and De facto - kinds of government as to legality of constituition.
North Korea lacks anything resembling a constitution that limits the authority of the government. Since it lacks such a document, it is not a constitutional government.
Before WWII, Korea was a part of the Japanese Empire, so had a colonial government.
in south korea you can.but you have to be someone from the government. .
To unite all of Korea under the communist Pyongyang government.
North Korea attacked Korea in 1950
no one knows
The goal of the US in Korea was to reunite North and South Korea, and to instate a democratic government. They failed to reunite the north and south, but did instate a democratic government in the south.
Korea was not partitioned into the two countries of North Korea and South Korea until after WW II. During the war, Korea was occupied by Imperial Japan, and did not have its own government.
South Korea has a LIMITED GOVERNMENT, because the elected officials are subject to the rule of law.
The Chinese government has influenced the government in South Korea. The very first official president of South Korea was named Rhee Syng-man.
In 1945, the Korean Peninsula was divided between a U.S. controlled South Korea and a Soviet controlled North Korea. In the late 1940s, the U.S. kept troops in South Korea but turned over the government to the South Koreans. The Soviets removed troops from North Korea but created a puppet government under the control of a ancestor of Kim Jong Il (they still gave weapons and equipment). As a result, North Korea got a communist… Read More
The Korean war happened because North Korea wanted South Korea to be combined with them but they haded to be under a communist government , but South Korea doesn't want to be under a communist government so they refuses. So North Korea decided that if South Korea wont join in they well have to attack to make South Korea surrender.
Because the government in Korea decided that should be the law in Korea.
North Korea is a communist dictatorship.
I think it's North Korea.
North Korea is a Dynastic Communist State. This means that the country is a Communist State, but has succession in leadership passing along a dynastic line like a monarchy. Some consider Dynastic Communism to be part of the Absolute Monarchy category, because of the similarities, while others argue that since the leader of a Dynastic Communist State does not use royal titles that the state is not a proper monarchy. It is important also to… Read More
Korea is not one unified country at present. North Korea is ruled from Pyongyang and South Korea is ruled from Seoul.
there are all kinds of jobs.
NO. It is North Korea that is Communist. South Korea is a capitalist, liberal democracy.
north korean and south korea were like 2 different kinds of people. they had a war and they became separated as two different places for the koreans.
The Government North Korea has today is a Dictatorship. Kim Jong-Il rules the country with mighty power.
an independent government
North Korea wanted to unify itself with South Korea and create one Korea under a Communist government.
South Korea makes money from ship-building and exporting all kinds of machinery, tools and cars.
Currently, Korea is split into two countries: North Korea and South Korea. North KoreaNorth Korea is a unique type of state, properly classified as a DYNASTIC COMMUNIST STATE. This means that the country is a Communist State, but has succession in leadership passing along a dynastic line like a monarchy. Some consider Dynastic Communism to be part of the Absolute Monarchy category, because of the similarities, while others argue that since the leader of a… Read More
South Korea Government bonds are often quoted here; http://investment-income.net/rates/government-bonds-rate-page I'm sorry I've never seen a North Korean Bond
The government of North Korea is mostly closed to the outside world. This makes for a pretty stagnant economy. The government of South Korea is more open, and has a more vibrant economy.
north korea supported a communist government with support from the soviets. south korea supported a democratic system with american support
N. Korea is mildy mad because that is dear leader's will.
South Korea changed from a military run government to a democracy. : )
The short answer is yes. North Korea is a totalitarian state.
Many laws are for the civiallians yet most of them is not to talk bad about kim jong il or north korea
The citizens vote directly for the government not the party
Yes , becuae it has a a communist dictatorship government.
When South Korea became independent, the government was a Western-aligned autocracy. While South Korea was officially a democracy, there was no rule of law and the "Presidents" wielded levels of power similar to any other dictator. It was only in 1986 that South Korea became a liberal democracy. Since 1986, there have been a number of elections in South Korea, but no major substantive changes in the government.
They are run by two different types of government, and that of South Korea feels threatened by that of the North for that reason.